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Vol. I. Xo. 1.
WILMINGTON. N. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 6, 189G.
$1.00 a Year
i i An ,' 1 i i n " -rv.-Tr-. '. (". . '
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flo Man That is Honest
Wants Any Money That
Is Not "Sound"
rhetor the catelr nhrasr
m t!t giII standJird r;uikH, vm-
p!yeti to deceive the r-orlr
Soman wlo i hnt wants
a:iv mon.v lint u iiac
Kound" nml Iihum! " itttt
4 v ' w l
- -,'v W
wo may houtIv ditTrr ns to"l
what cortitutrs monev and do
.ttTer from the ulira and radi-
al cold cranVo'n that subiect.
5r.Tt.-v iViTii4i;Ht used to ef-
feet our exeh.mL. h. utid its
p.wer as an agent t do this it
purely legal, and is theereatur
hiaw. w natever the law sars
represent, measure and ex
change.the valuers of the people,
and ?hall be a legal tender in
rUy payment of debts is money
u Uhiti the realm, whero the law
i.H o jerative.
'Hie A metrical) people are mak
it law f.r themeltu. not fr
KngLunl or Kurop, and they do
not propose to li t either Kngluml
r Kurtie tltctate to them a
tloatictvil ivltcy which in the
outgrowth of centuries of cen
ti viiiation, th etTeels of which
t driven to the ho.pitcible
.' !rcs ef America, hundreds of
'. Mounds olf earnest, laborious
! inttdligetie iaeu who came
f r thT rin-tn th.tn to ;
.'the onditios which the
u ld standard couutritii of Kn
1. ud aiul Kurope. are now try-
5 irc upon us ana uicni
-ihrt rw tM American vh
. itivWollie. 'r,.v rrrfetT t!;c
bondage once, but the relent
l ?s enemy of the sovigtity'' of
the leople of the jjewl old
tcotcn utH'trme that " a uun s a
man for a that and a that'
has now secured a powerful ally
and the scorpion's whip.and the
taste of blood, and the love of
plunder, are driving them with
tho frvhy of a newly act ui red
zeal, to new triumphs over a la
Iporious. intelligent and liberty
If Kngland and Kuropo do
n t like our money they can let
rea- -2-tv If we owe them any
thing we propose t pay it antl
p:y it honestly in the money of
tho realm, precisely as it
was when tl
! was con
tracted. Any other payment
w ould b unjust to ourselves.
If Providence has so smile!
" tin us to endow us witii inex
haustible mines of silver with
v. hich to discharge our debts in
accordance with the letter antl
spirit of the contract, it is our
I a vi lege and our duty to use the
2.-.ens at otir command and not
:JtIimraway. There Is not
wduch.if they luuf our resources,
would not utibze them, and for
r.U they are worth, and it is
neither business, common sense
nor common honesty to burden
u irselvcs and our chtMrcii, to
demonetize u money metal
simply bceauso we happen to
h ve 18 in abundance. If our gov
ernment had enacted a law de-
b i-ing lio money stan!ards
4fter its ilebts had 1hvii con
tiuted. then the holders of
thoo liabilities would lutve
g hh! caus'e for greviutn e. but
t .ts the govertmrrnt has not
ne. or attempt to do. but
t"..r etTort f tht, gM tan lard
.auks now tj. awl th n-putn t
li.Mp thirty ato lie if a!!it. to ;
!. i crn-
t- . t t ;
I . ople vrhhout any cousidem
tiou whatever fr tlie f hnnge.
The situation i Wholly anom
:ouj. If you hada y who
v otild make such :fxl of him-
..If a to as;ree to pv.y two dol
t .r for one without thonhadow
a coaidration for assuming
tUo ailditional burden you would
rl httxniliateU at his lade of
common ense. What ever the
law ay was mony and a legal
tender in the payment of debts
at the timo tho debt was con-
tractcv, whether Kold, silver or
paicr, was "sounu money,
honest" money, then, , and is
Lto-day, and to multiply words
will not destroy the logic of the
Watch Out for Dcvclpmcnts.
1 no cn" "d 'or a gold
f ""f' tuiiTuiuun in oouin
Carolina to bo cmiood of elf-
lPPntI ueltates is-sum
vivih itui(.uiuu 10 cause
I aniuseinent, !Ut it is also inter
w " " H,Il"IM WI m a,l
ImlH that Pervades tho ranks of
l"oso wno ,,avp "ndertaken tho
Jouof PI"J? the interests of
,nc mov p"fer against those
"1 ",w prwxucfrsi aim common
pcoplr of the country.
Keeling that tiieir purposes
arc- undemocratic the gold
standard men have resorted and
are still res rting to tho most
undemocratic methods of com
pelling the people to advocate
republican dtctrine. In Ken
tucky we sei them bolting a
party caucus and defeating the
will of the people with respect
to the election of a United States
senator. W e see them m Geor
gia disfranchi sing. the ooplo in
the counties where they can con
trol the executive committer.
In Sot;t?i Carolina we sec them
proposing to hqld a convention
of Self ;;psiiitd delegates, each
representing uoldy on earth
but himelf. to'pr.sH reslutions
indtrsi!tg Mr. Ch . Kind and the
gold standard, a. J to i lect a
contesting dele'ioti to the
demtHratic convention in Chi-
Amusing as this scheme is in
South Carolina, the fact that it
is characteristic of the attitude
and purpose of tho gold stand
ard men everywhere gives it a
serious interest that it would
not otherwise pox-ess. Hacked
liy tho money power and the in
fluence of an administration
that is entirely reckless of the
interest of the people, the gold
treu are prepare 1 to stop at
nothing. The democratic party
is nothing to them anil they
do not care a snap of their fin
ger for tho will of the people.
If they cannot rule the party
they are prepared to wreck it.
They have the republican party
secure as they imagine, and if
they cannot force the republi
can gold doctrine upon the, dem
smtic party they are prepared
Kven i ieorgia. where the gold
men have not yet unfolded their
scheme in its entirety, wo shall
see some such developments as
tlese which have marked their
campaign, hi other states. If
thev cannot enrrv matters to
imit themselves .o shall find
thcra making some kiud of dem
onstration as strong as their
struggle is. agaiust the harmony
and unity of the democratic
organization in the state of Geor
There is but ono event that will
proven t such a demonstration
and tlm ij for the democratic
masses to rise in their might at
the June primaries and bury the
whole gold standard scheme out
of sight m far as this state is
concerned. Atlanta Constitu
The only hope for the restora
tion of silver is for thoso who
want it re torn! to leave those
ks that annlit ided on it and
for tue candi dates that arc
noiiiinateil :.t thi St. Louis
cutio'n on July 2jnd, on a
. .Ml t At I
onn rnai wu 't mr 111-
t of the Am--rican. people;
or Knligh and American
Llt nrolnvAlv. 1 Ed.
v ,ji1,, - J
in von would keep up with
tlej Liiu- subHcrilnJ to The New
Eil . Sd.oo per jcar. Agents
wai ted everywhere.
Y "u call especial attention of
tho e v.-ho wish to nlako some
mo ley. ThUyou can do by so
li cil in g sabvrribcrs to Tiizsw
En I. Iow is your chance.
Index to Advertisements.
OROCERS ANT COMMISSION MER
C. C. Covingtou iS: Co.
D. L. Gore.
M. J. liver.
R. W. Hicks.
J. L. Croom. .
W. B. Cooper.
West & Co.
K. E.. Ward..
A. S. Wintitead.
II. II. Lovo.
.B. F. Keith Company.
mix GOODS. "
C. W. Polvogt&Co.
Big Racket Store.
L. W. Davis, and clothing.
8. & B. Solomon.
M. Rosemati, and clothing.
I. M. Bear iS: Co.
Capo Fear Manufacturing'
Geo. R. French f Co.
Chesnutt & Barrcntin.
Peterson te Rulfs. .
Mercer & Evans.
CLOTH I. VO.
A. David & Co.
S. II. Fishbluto.
B. F. Penny.
J. Hicks P.uutinf-.
R. R. Bellamy cCo.
X. Jacobi Il.o.hvarc Com
J. A . Miisehist.u.
O. F. IV' .v .' o
AMennap Hr ..are Com
Hreckenr. . .rry.
book st::s. a::: nakv.
C. V. Yu tv ....
P. Heinse..'rier or..
Meyrs Sf r .v ,.
ut li.b: ; .... I
Roger M- .
J. T. Ril: v ( o.
A. Ac J. W. A! i'vman.
It. . Love.
Dr. A. M. P-M- ?n. .
Dr. J. II. TV. ht.1.
ME A I. AND KOMINY.
II. F.Mitchi.1! t!o.
Sneed fe C-w
Monnc tv: K'elly.
Tho Puree: t.
The Sutton Ilou-e.
Hamme th'. Hn'.ier.
Willianl Uag O.
H. N. Svet t. Salt.
J. W. Iluirgiii, Jewelry.
Thomas H. Wright & Co.,
.Ii. Cronenberg, Artist.
J. S. McEachem, Feed.
Vollers S: Hasongan, Brokers.
T. W. Wood, Sowing Ma
chines. Sam Bear, Sr.. Tobacco.
Free Coinage linking Powder.
Wo ask this special favor of
tho readers and fronds of The
Nkw Era that they will patron
ize those who are kind enough
to advertise in Tin: Xew Kka,&s
their patronage hrlp us to put
tho truth before to people. Wo
will tako no manV ad. that wo
do not believe will tre t their
The Eest Lloncy.
If the best mom-v is tlio dear
est money let us malco it 100
times dearer than i is now. It
could very easily he done. Just
pass a law that tho gold dollar
shall bo tho .only legal tender
and that it shall ronton 2,580
grains of stnndar gold and tho
thing is dine. m tht: happy
days that would fallow it would
take 125,000 busiu-is of corn or
40,000 bushels of v hcat to pay
a hundred d-d!aiM of taxes or in
terest. Wo;!d wv not havo
prosperity vs : l!n would
own the-wo-id all thero is
in it? It vovM lake all tho
wheat or on cattle in a
whole country to pay e debt of
$10,000. But that :Jnd of money
would 'besf mo::y according
to Sherman OlcKniley logic.
lndepen den I , L in . i n , ; Aeor.
Agents wantel i' every sec
tion of North Carolina to solicit
subscriptions to The New Era.
Special rates given.
Send in your clubs and make
somo money while you aro ex
tending the good work.
IS tO PllSh.
Wilmington Must Go For
t , m .
wara it nas advan
it. H.rbcr F.einu.. mF!e m An, -
quired Volume pi' Bujci-Wc Invite
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InveatleaUon to Our Grcot Mmtttrml Ad-
Tho mission of Tli: New Era
is, first, to tell the truth fear -
lessly; second to present the ad -
vautages of this locality," not
only to investors, per se, but to
men witn Drains ana money
who want a location, which of-
terpriso second to none, on the j
South Atlantic coast. It has i
one tho best harbors fordoing a
direct importing business, that
can be found on tho South At-
lantic coast. The reliable stage
of water to the port of Wilming-
091 fnof o .nrio afoarr.
V S A-A A - AAV " mm A VsV iyUiilAV VV UlU
ers and sailing vessels of the
heaviest burthen, and stens arc
beincr taken to ii;?rease the
depth to 27 feet, tho original .
antl normal aeptn lor more man
a century. '
The railroads out f Wilming -
ton for the purpose . of prompt
and activodistribut n are tht-
Sea boa nl Air Lii: . Atlantic
Coast Lis'.e, Wilmii ;ion & Wel-
don, Wilmington, ' olnmbia &'
Augusta, ( -ape Fci r & Yadkir
Vallev. and Wilmington, New;
Ileriio Sr Norfolk.
It would t.e difficolttofind on
tne -liHJitic coast a
sirable location fc.i large irn
porting hou:es doi.: busines.
with the South American ana
Wat India ;orts. or even
rT,HJ li1"D, 7 ;:r
i "7r . -
theyeventics of-wivtcr weather
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The Imrlmr fac.nt.es only
nec.1 U.u proper cumulus tc
r.l (limn nmi n . rf nil V to
., , .
quireu vommo 01 i.asintss, uuit
1 a. nf Iinn f t y wo ! .KrkiiQo niir.
f , , . i , . rp,
bo bought very cheaply. There
is a disposition among property
owners not to "kill no goose ioi
the golden egg". but to treat in-
.quiries for investment with an
open frankness end. liberal
spirit which invitrs investiga-
tion of the great natural advan-
Tlio climate, the harbor and
ran iacniues ior aisinouuon :
make Wilmingtonnot only the
paradise icj importers,, inu pre-;
sents attractive features for the I
establishment of muaufacturing j
enterprises. There is plenty of
good labor and cheap labor
plenty of good coal and cheap
coal; plenty of r . w materia
ready to be utiUV-d; not only
cotton, lumber, turpentine anc'
tobacco, but undeveloped re
sources which have never yei
been utilized. There are bedt;
of clay, rich beyond compare,
near the surface aud of easy ac
cess, to make th- drain til-'
needed on the Southern planta-
tious, and the sewer pipe needed I
for its growing cit! , and sup-;
ply the cities of thti old world :
cheaper tnau they ooum manu
facture it, coupled .rith cheap-
est possible transportation
Liiti iiix ii i ii. i i . rL."
There are beds of kaolin, pur ;
.as nature can nrod'.eA it for th(.
manufacture of the finest china 1
ware and porcelain wares, '
heaped up and waiting for de-1
velopment. In portions of this i
country and largely in, Franc I
would such rich deposits be fit !
tingly appreciated. These arc- j
t4"1? " i i g.uuaxiuj
wll dirrtrd fTr V In rnll
well directed efTo.t to malo
llmmgtoil a. ventable hive O.
industry i ' i j
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The topography, of Wilming
ton is well adapted to a cheap
and effective sewer system,
which will make it as healthy a
city as there is on .the continent,
with a climate, unsurpassed any
where. I :
I Street impovements are claims
ing the attention of its'commonj
i councnand these improvements
will be pushed onward and up-
- s war? to the - highest perfection
: Ul.BlfeeiS cUIU IUC wair o.
! place for business or icsidence
! it is distined to be the peer of
! any on the South Atlantic coast.
J Ayhv ihe people ofl the North
K. , ', , . ' . T i n
- should be content to work all
i summer to shovel in and work
! all winter to shovel qui is past
! comprehension., Life is what
j you make it and what you get
! out of it, and the greate t results
j are secured when the barriers
i are least.
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The "Citv by the boa" wel
! comes all.
t Vote on Silver.
There has been much said
! about the Democratic tmrtybe
in ff iu favor of silver,, but the
j following vote will snow now
! the Democratic party stands
with regard to silver at ratios
haaneriner." from 1G to 1 to 20
f ; t
! Ratio 1G to 1.
" 17 to 1
" 18 to 1.
( " 19 to 1.
: " 20 to 1
1 The following vote was also
had on the unconditiou xl repeal
of tho purchasing clause of the
snerraan jaw, tne 01 iv law
' which gave coinage to iho stan
ard silver dollar iii
' Vote on 1G to 1
: AI"ee coinage 16
Jfo. of Republi
XT . T- 1 " -i.
i i10- . opuiibiB
v In 1802 wo had another vote
- taken ona-fre3Xoinage bill, on
jjarch 21th, with the fdllowing
pary vote, respective; :. emo
. crats, 83; Republicans 6; total
. aejainst silver, 154'. D(iiocrats
, P er ,
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Thus it can be seen :hat the
i on record as bemg opposed the
free coinage of silver.
j fa c . m i
j Vote as You Tlimk. -
; Rev a. C. Dixoii j ave us a
; clear idea of tlie con barative
! resnonsibilities of a ctizen of
tho st; - and I citizen
j Qf ... , il government;
whcn ntJ ulid) .j shall be sorrv
for the Czar of Russir. and the
j Emperior of Germany ;nd King
Italy and King cf Spr ;n when
they stand before Goal They
are 'responsibile for zb much,
t11 t fiv,oii iat oe inrrvF
the citizens Gf the United States;
u :a ,-llci aa
for he is just as responsible.
Through the ballot every citi
zen of this country is a soverign
and whether he wine c'r not he
is responsible for his 7ote. A
Christian who votes as he thinks
Christ would not vole is un-
wortnv tne name.- mat is
every word true. Thru citizen
who surrenders his sovereignty
to a party or a party l;ss, . will
be responsible for thr? result;
the citlfcen who votes against
what he knows is besi for the
sake of erettinf? a friend or a fel-
iow partisan into ofaco,, that
citizen commits a wron.jf against
himself, his religiUi
: country. j-Biblical Recorder
$ . i j
Our Gold Standara Imends.
We notice that OUi' f Jiends in
business who are it relent gold
standard friends are anxious to
sell goods and receive silver in
payment, and they squeeze the
goddess of liberty so fervently
that she is about to thier a com-
plaint forASsault and battery.
We will appreciate! v our
lOTt mxtendmS th,e Circulation j
of The New ha.- j.It mission!
is to put forth thos a that:
- -n i T .
will be for the best interest Ofj
the people of North j Carolina,
regardless of party j hot- es or of-
fice.seekers. If "y ou kve inter
ested in the best element ruling
us you can help on i the good!
work by extending the circula-f
tion' of The New Era.
l. w. bavis;
Wholesale anil Retail-r-
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c, &c
No. 13 market tfFfiEET
g"Satigf action , guaranteed! Call oHS.
w . ... , ... .
and let's bo faends.
Yollers & Hashagen,
5anufacsurers' and Packers', Agta
Sugar, Grain, Hay
Warehouse on Atlantic Coast Line
Track, : Foot of Nut Street
- WILMINGTON, X.. C.
Scotch Sxmff !
Kept by Grocers. Use once,
I you win nava j&v uiu.&i
I Manufactured by
W. L Vena bis & Co.,
. I'etersburg, Va.
Base Bali Supplies
Hammocks, Rubber Stamps,
j jT"Best stock and lowcs
I - Sf . -,
Myers and Lewis
8 SOUTH FRONT STREET
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M. R0SENM ANN,
AND JOBBER OP
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Dry Goods and Shoes
5 a n d 7 Ma rkf: t Street
WILMINGTON, IT. C.
g'Pants a special. Orders from
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S. H. FISHPLATE,
22 and 24, Front St.,
WILMINGTON, N. O.
Hint WhIT HflK nllfl HIIUKllinK
Any purchase yo:i make and
dot satisfied, come ack and get
I - -. ? '
your money. . -
I WE fflAYE SECURED - from ' SEVERAL .LEAm5rO, iMPORTEn?
I. ' . -jiiujnal
Aua in oraer 10 aisposo ' i tnem rapidly
cost and will offer, ty . se goods the coming week at prices below comparison.
Colored and Black Oress Goods
50 pieces Spring Novel s leu, 30 inches.
special far next week' at i9c.
3- pieces Woolen Dre.. Uoods, 38 in.
wide, cannot be bought; tor less than 69c.
will Jbe sold for 33c. - .
" pieces All Wool lhiminated Covert
Cloth, 52 inches widey ior Bicjcle wear,
reduced'from"$l to, 75c hiv yard.
The balonoe of our Spring Pattern
Suits we will allow a dh".-iant of 10 cents.
reduced from$l per yard to 89c, a special
foroneweek, ' ?
A Black figured Mohuir Effect,' 40 in.
wide, special at 39c.
Look at our Black Tamise and Batiste
Black Figured Sicilian. 50 inches wide,
before you purchase.
Remember that we arc Sole Agents for
Butterick Patterns and W. B. Corsets.
Every Fiqday Qur Bjargain .Day,
good, solid and honest goods con
find them at my store,. 109 . Market
I continue to carry all
The Finest Makes
also. Good Shoes as cheap' as the
cheapest. Do not forget the .place
H. Von Glahn,
backed by the. money capital!
England and. Wall qtreet, N. Y.
yer was-betrayed and since th
' up to th present day, ,s!lsa
been loosing its t- purchasing
and with itr has brought d
manner 01 iarm nroaacts. coin
cotten goods, wool And woolen
v and provisions of -all kinds, i y
wnat wewwi aj Bav --is hub;
are no politicians, but live dry g
merchants.'" The downfall of cot
drv foods lias been wonderful. Wt .
v i wj.m m k m ii iff n -
i. ii im n ifi h it ii av iv w r . j
rc . ,
are in' a position to load in lowr
r niri?AKi T?.ftnd tTiorn ftnrl oTinarfl V
with those of other houses.
25-iinch pids, heavy weight, at 3c...
36-inch wide white liomesnun. smoth
and fine, 3Jc a yard.' , : I
i 36-3nch Ilocklugham, a. a, very nice,
4c a yard. ' j
. 27-inch heavy pants cloth, at 8c. !
- 30-inch wide, a. c. . a., red tick, war
ranted feather proof, at lzjc a yard.
29-inch blue duril ties, at. xc. r!
27-inclx heavy blue cliambric, at Cc.
26-inch best shirt waist Icalico, at 4c
18-inch beautiful shirt jwaist silk, 2
36-inch beautif lawn, pretty colors lOc
27-inch heavy quiltinff, at 5c.
1 Marselles bed sprearls at 83e each.
39x72-inch opaque linen it indow shades
at 25c each, the best goods made. , .
j 30-inch wide matting, 10c 'a yard or 0 J
by the roll. - - .
26-incn Ulorla umDrelias, at &uc
26- inch job umbrellas, 25c.
Boys' Palmetto hats at 8e.
Men's wido brim Palmettohats, 10c.
12 cakes Turkish soap, atl8e a box.
1,000 dozen best lead pencil t 8o do;
TiAts iinri i-knnri I : Tint , Ynrr.
Ivuur Or 2 j
1 Pretty white note paper rulee,
j ar lc by the quire: 1 - K
Shops of.anv kins. sliDoers witA
tipSfcS hole lace, pretty geo4sjj at
pair. " - .. -. i--. I $
j Ladies' button dongola; , pat.
nicel 'finished shoes, at 43c 3 paifv
i Men's nice . high cut congress land
sho6s, very pretty styles, i)5c; a pair.
6 balls of nice sewing thread Iotrt(
Bays' suspenders from 5c upi, rjob.
Ladies' su roKicr-caus nhcler vest,
Ladies sailor hats at 0c each; in band-
ed "high crown, in black or whit, pretty
styles, at 25c each; nice trimmed hats
for ladies, at 50c each; trimmed in flow
ers and silk chiffon, nice stock; and nice
styles,: all for 50c each. ' j -5 1
i A verv nice and lanre stock of jfrnll-
linoT nf nil lrinla linta nHfiiiim'3 ''
styles.. ; ' . . V"
j Clothing, gents' nice grey suits, at 4.80; ".
boy's suits from 39c. to 3.50 )
J We have 1,000 pair of men's odd panfs
for men and boys from 15c to S.tfOi Wo
hav all RiTPfi nrfl rrndft. -l
j .'We handle every class of dry goods
from the cheapest to the best. Wo are
4 friend to the poor man, we want their
trado.we sell goods to all alike, oho
price to all and that price; is the lowest
to be had. , ,
Silver is what wo want, it is the- poor
man's money, we say let tnore oe sil
ver ana goia both. . i on w.ui una us ac
112 North Front St.,
Oppj the Orton Hotel,
Props. WHmingtoiTTBIg Racket Storj
P. 8.r-We are Ileadquarters for Cheap
Goods.; - v . '
bargains in v;a
we have added but a small margin
Specialties in Silks.
I One ilot Fancy Silk, for Waists1 and
Trimming, former price $1, new 69c.
! Black Brocade Silks and Satins 98o and
$1.25, worth $1.25 and $1.60. '. .
A 30-in?h Black Jap Rain. Proof, tho " -I-
very thing for summer wear, at 00c and
75c per yard. . j
See our hew line of Dresden
Bian Silks fdr Waists and Trimmings $1
and $1.50 per yard. : i :
Seen those new Dresden Ribbons ? '
. Very busy in Kid Gloves just now.
' It's a pleasure tp buy Muslin Under
wear as i w0 sell It : . - j''f
Would like your opinion on those new
Waist Silks, ; - ..... t- v i
Clean'fresh case of .Percoles Just ar
rived; Ithe yard-wide and. fasf colored
kind., r. .-j - .ti.vii; . 't,.-
Need; we mention Corsets? Vou r all
know the. reputation of this so well. '. . ..
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